Telfair (APA 210) - Naval Cruise Book

 - Class of 1967

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Men have always roamed the sea in ships. For trade, travel, war and peace, the sea has been a highway. Within a steel hull the lives of men, temporarily thrown together, are intermin- gled. From the strength, the hopes, the needs, the sufferings, the joys of her men, emerges the spirit ofa ship. On these pages is the spirit of the USS Telfair. When this name is spoken, it is of these men one thinks. These pages mark the end of an exercise in the security of the United States. For six months men and machinery have been a part of each other. ln the passage of time some have grown, some have diminished. No one has remained the same. As they have molded the spirit of the ship, so has the ship molded their spirit as men. Not recorded here but of equal importance are the faces and experiences of families, wives, children and sweethearts. Their story is also a part of this spirit. ln spite of distance and time, their influence has been felt. As this record is closed for the men, for the families, and for the ship, we thank God for our safety and for the fulfillment of our mission. There will be other cruises, other ships, other faces, and another spirit. To these may we take the spirit expressed in this book. May we be generous. Give and not count the cost, work and not seek for gain, fight and not fear to die. LT. Robert J. Ecker



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,, M G After hours the library was the scene of intense activity. W ,,,, 2 Work progresses slowly, allhands take care to prevent mistakes. The work can be long and dull, but the final - results will be worth the effort. l tg. Top level conferences on the cruise book were necessary to meet production deadlines. This last page of the cruise book is dedicated to those personnel who gave a great deal of time and effort to this project. Many liberty nights were given up, and numerous movies missed due to the pressing demands of this book. We ofthe cruise book staff realize that this book has a number of shortcomings, but we have tried to capture the complete picture of the cruise on these pages, and hope that the book is acceptableto the crew. ulheqmphed is Bound by iswonm Some members of the staff found it a bit rugged to keep up the pace. Seen above is one of the casualties before he went beserk. "The cruise book staff is now meeting in the wardroom."

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